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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Review: Montagne Juennesse Chocolate Face Masque

Montagne Juennesse Chocolate Masque
Montagne Juennesse's Chocolate Face Masque is part of the brand's Mud Masque line that claims to contain ingredients that open pores to draw impurities to the surface and leave skin feeling deeply cleansed. In particular, the Chocolate Masque contains Dead Sea Salt, Mediterranean Clay, Cocoa, and Shea Butter to leave skin cleaned and feeling soft. I received this in my Influenster Holiday VoxBox, so I was concerned it might not be for my skin type. Luckily, it's for combo, dry, and normal skin so my combination skin was happy!

I should start by saying I'm not typically one for one-time-use masks that I can't try for an extended period of time to see long-term results. While there was quite a bit of product in this masque, although I wouldn't say enough for two uses. That being said, this mask smelled exactly like chocolate pudding and was very smooth and creamy. I left it on for 10+ minutes and didn't notice any running or messiness involved. I also didn't notice immediate results - even in terms of hydration - but my face smelled like sweet chocolate for the rest of the day!

For those who like fun, inexpensive masks this might be for you at around $2 from drugstores, ULTA, and Walmart. Gluten and cruelty-free lovers can rest assured that these aren't tested on animals, contain no parabens, or (obviously) gluten! But, if you are counting on seeing results after this mask, I would try something else.

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